- minerals and soils
- foodstuff and fodder
- chemical products
Binder+Co employs vibrating dryers when it comes to drying and cooling bulk materials such as chemicals and foods or rock and soils for different industries. The versatility and longevity of these vibrating dryers makes it possible to answer to specific customer wishes in a flexible manner. Moreover, these machines save money. The heat produced during the cooling phase is conveyed to a drying zone in a cycle which reduced energy needs. Other advantages of these Binder+Co machines are longevity and their reliability in every application scenario, whether they are used to sort red clover in Canada, coal in South Africa, toxic agents in China or plastics in Turkey. The company's many years of experience in the processing of all sorts of bulk materials bolsters the leading role of Binder+Co, not only in the construction of individual systems but also as supplier of turnkey dryer systems.
Drying is one of the industry's basic operations and a process applied in many fields. Bulk materials of the most varied types require drying. A decisive factor for an efficient process is that the product must be consistent in quality and readily available for processing.
The vibration dryers brought to you by Binder+Co take care of this optimally.
When processing minerals+soils, drying is an important step and often essential for the further processing and refinement of bulk material.
Foodstuffs + Fodder
Snacks, cereal flakes, and other products of the food industry as well as household food and animal fodder must be dried after going through various stages of pre-processing. Reliable Binder+Co driers handle this process, which plays a vital role in deciding the quality of a product and enhances its shelf life.
The steadily increasing demand for synthetic raw materials around the world has caused requirements for thermal raw material processing to become ever-more exacting. The automated design of the Binder+Co plant warrants dust-free, evenly dried granulates for easy further processing.
The chemical industry manufactures many products as crystals in solvents or water. The final product, however, needs to be pourable, stable and storable bulk material. Thermal drying is an important processing stage next to the mechanical separation of liquids and solids.